The DLT Science Foundation (DSF), a nonprofit organisation, has initiated its mission to enhance the adoption of distributed ledger technology (DLT) by announcing grants of up to $5 million for suitable candidates. DSF aspires to bolster DLT across several domains such as education, innovation, and research by organising workshops, creating educational content, and introducing innovation programs along with providing grants and fellowships for the academic sector. Their support extends to renowned universities, including University College London and the Indian Institute of Technology Madras. Hedera, an open-source public ledger project, backs DSF and will contribute its DLT proficiency to DSF’s university network. Paolo Tasca, the chairman and co-founder of DSF, envisions breakthroughs from these initiatives, emphasising the synergy between academia, industry, and government to ensure DLT’s responsible integration in diverse sectors.
For a more in-depth look at DSF’s initiatives and goals, refer to the full article: Nonprofit to expand DLT adoption through grants of up to $5M by Ezra Reguerra on Cointelegraph.